Citrix ShareFile named one of the best tablet apps for business at TabletBiz

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Last night, Citrix ShareFile took home the Tabby Awards/Business win in “Data Access and Collection” for iOS. ShareFile beat out more than 100 competitors from around the world with its comprehensive file sync and share app featuring built-in support for Microsoft® Office document editing and PDF annotation. The judging panel featured an array of international tablet experts, including CEOs, developers, analysts and more. The Tabby Awards/Business is the only competition for the best business and productivity tablet apps on all major platforms (iOS, Android and Windows 8).

Tabby Awards presented at TabletBiz Conference and Expo.

At Citrix, we design for your mobile lifestyle. We offer more than your typical data access and collection app. We know you don’t just want to consume content while mobile, you increasingly want to create it and be more productive. With ShareFile, you can easily access documents and edit or create new documents whenever inspiration strikes. See it in action in this video.

And with integrations for collaboration with GoToMeeting, project management with Podio and mobile device management with XenMobile, we’re offering an end-to-end solution that can scale with your business.

“Many thanks to TabTimes for acknowledging the great strides ShareFile has made in the mobile arena this year,” said Michele Pavone, senior product manager for mobile at Citrix. “It feels great to take home the gold for ShareFile and for mobile workers everywhere!”

The full list of winners and finalists, with links to download each app, is available at TabbyAwards.com/business/winners2013.

*Image credit: Jeffrey Holmes

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Lori Shen (@loritokunaga) is a senior communications manager at Citrix, where she has supported influencer relations since 2012. Originally from Hawaii, she has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Santa Clara University and in her spare time, she travels and hunts down good eats.